RS Components (RS) has created a technology hub covering power technology on its DesignSpark website. It includes free design tools and a breadth of key product and system development information.
While the electronic component industry glee club isn’t quite ready yet to burst out into “Happy days are here again”, they are at least spotting signs of a market pickup which will gain momentum later in the year.
Arrow Electronics is now selling the ABLIC range of analogue semiconductors throughout the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. ABLIC specialises in low-power components for applications, including automotive and smart appliances.
Anglia has launched a total battery pack service, offering full design-in support on standard, customised and fully bespoke solutions based on primary or rechargeable cells in a choice of output voltages and capacities.
Avnet has reported Q2 sales of $4.5bn, down 10.2% year on tear and 2.1% sequentially. Income was $82.2m, a dive of 54% year on year.
New Yorker Electronics has signed a global franchise distribution agreement with T1 Nexus to supply High-Speed Optoelectronic Integrated Devices and Optics
Anglia has strengthened its M2M wireless offering with the signing of a UK and Ireland distribution agreement with SIMCom Wireless Solutions. SIMCom is one of the world’s largest IoT wireless module manufacturers by number of units shipped according to ABI Research.
Nearly three out of four Germans say that they are better off than ever before – and yet most Germans are worried about the future. The “German Angst” – as it is referred to in the English-speaking world – always shows itself when we are doing well, writes Andreas Falke, Executive Director of FBDi, the German distribution association.
Onecall, the dedicated education business from Farnell and CPC, has been awarded a new two-year contract, with the option to extend for a further year, by North Western Universities Purchasing Consortium (NWUPC).